These appears to be notes from a court action sheet or transcripts from a court proceeding indicating that an individual defendant was granted an attorney to represent them without cost (either an attorney from the Legal Aid Society or from a panel of attorneys). Further, that an attorney asked the judge for a conference to be held on July 25 and then again on August 18, 2011.
I hope this helps.
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It means that a court-ordered attorney was assigned for the defendant because he or she had no funds to retain counsel. A pretrial conference scheduled for today was put off until August 18 at defendant's request, because counsel was just appointed today. If you are the defendant, you are now represented by counsel and your questions should be directed to that counsel.
Good luck to you.
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